April 22, 2017 Subject:
dont look white to me they look like jews.
September 7, 2010 Subject:
Where is the download button?
Someone Please tell me where the download button is- I can't seem to download file?
All I get is a url when I click on mpeg 4?!
Any help is greatly appreciated! Aren't you supposed to click on blue highlighted link under Individual files?
September 9, 2009 Subject:
someone didnt have much cutting time!
Ive found various flaws with this soundie
- 1 the beggining sequence IF its meant to be part of the full soundie is illogical and the image is the exact mirror of the ending sequence. I think the begginning sequence is a sampler or advert that would be shown before a movie or somthing
- 2 the last verse with the woman in close view is the same sequence prior to that sequence - the womans mouth is not in sync with the words!
This is probably a sequence of two outtakes and the master take is either still out there or lost. Could have just been a test film as the staging is almost non-existent. Nice girlie outfits! Six Hits and A Miss sang with the Gordon Jenkins orchestra and did one of the first arrangements of "You'd Be So Nice To Come Home To". The all-girl orchestra was common during WW 2.
October 30, 2005 Subject:
Inside out and back to front
This soundie seems to have been cobbled together from scraps. However, it is possible to get a complete song from it by editing. The song grows on you after a while. The dance sequences are memorable as are the girl's costumes. Like most of the Soundies here, this film needs to be reversed. With the above caveats - Recommended.
June 16, 2005 Subject:
"Guys taking snot rag - Take 2!"
This is a very interesting piece. The song is pretty standard (actually, it's a fairly fun song) and the soundie is fun as usual, with lots of dancing girls in short skirts, some rather curious male dancers (why ARE they holding out their hand? for her snot rag?) and a pretty good, but unspectacular singer. But what makes this sooundie REALLY interesting is the beginning. The song appears to start in the middle, and then somewhat ends curiously in a fade out, then it starts up again. We then see the whole song.. But hold on! Comparing the two "end" scenes, we can clearly see that these two ends are different, so was the beginning an outtake? We'll never know, and that's what makes this soundie a cut above the rest.
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December 22, 2003 Subject:
I fixed the title of this soundie...